VideoVisit Ltd and KL-Kuntahankinnat have signed 4+4 years long framework agreement which allows VideoVisit to provide its Virtual Care platform to all publicly owned Finnish organizations such as municipalities and hospitals.
City of Helsinki’s virtual care model can be spread across Finland
The signed framework agreement gives public healthcare providers possibility to follow city of Helsinki’s great example of utilizing virtual care platform in healthcare services. With VideoVisit Home virtual care platform public healthcare and care service providers can now.
For healthcare providers the main benefits of starting to use virtual care comes from cost efficiency. With a limited amount of resources healthcare provider can offer services via video to a greater number of clients than before.
Frontrunner position amongst digital healthcare developers
The framework agreement is a significant indication that the hard work and pioneer mentality in the virtual care market in Finland is paying off for VideoVisit.
– We are thrilled to get this opportunity to be involved in the digital healthcare reform in Finland. This long framework agreement gives public healthcare providers confidence to develop virtual care services in Finland together with VideoVisit. Besides offering our platform, we will also provide all our knowhow on setting up virtual care service processes, which we believe will give additional boost for spreading virtual care across Finland, explains Esa Ojala, CEO of VideoVisit Ltd.